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Miss Emma Joslin BSc Biology

Postgraduate Research Student in Biological Sciences

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Emma Joslin is Postgraduate Research Student within Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Academic Qualifications

2014-present: PhD: Enhancing the Ecosystem Services from Woodlands into Apple Orchards. University of Southampton, UK.
2011-2014: BSc Biology (First Class Hons). University of Southampton, UK.





Research interests

My main research areas of interest include ecosystem services, sustainable agriculture and development, Food Security and conservation.

My research investigates how the sustainable intensification of agriculture can be achieved through careful landscape and habitat management. More specifically, my PhD project investigates how the selection and management of woodland nearby to intensive apple orchards can provide the most effective ecosystem services, resulting in increased yield per unit area. The ecosystem services focused on are pollination and pest regulation.

Supervisor: Professor Guy M Poppy, Dr Kelvin Peh and Dr Theresa Huxley (from J Sainsbury PLC)
PhD Research: Enhancing the Ecosystem Services from Woodlands into Apple Orchards
Funding: BBSRC Industrial CASE studentship (with J Sainsbury PLC)

Research group

Environmental Biosciences


BIOL 2039 Animal Behaviour


Miss Emma Joslin
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences
Life Sciences Building 85
University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
SO17 1BJ
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